University of Southern California

Melinda McIntyre-Kolpin

Melinda McIntyre-Kolpin is founder and CEO of Network Health Financial Services, Inc., whose mission is to assist the healthcare industry in aligning business and project strategies with the appropriate capital resources and cash management products required to meet clients’ needs through the CNET Liquid Money Fund.

Prior to Network Health Financial Services, Inc., Melinda served as President and CEO of First Professional Bank where she began her healthcare-financing career in 1984. During her sixteen years with First Professional Bank, Melinda financed transactions in all areas of the outpatient services market. Melinda serves on the board of the School of Public Administration, St. Vincent’s Hospital Foundation, Pediatric and Family Medical Center, and Integrated Physicians Services.

Additionally, Melinda is an Adjunct Professor with USC in the Masters in Health Administration Program. She was appointed to the State of California’s new "Department of Managed Health Care's" Board of Financial Solvency Standards. Melinda’s past honors and awards include being listed by California Medicine as "One of 100 Most Influential and Interesting Health Care Leaders in California", Los Angeles Chapter of Boy Scouts of America "Distinguished Woman of the Year" and the Senior Care Action Network (SCAN)--Horizon Award Honoree, 1996. Melinda earned a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis on Accounting and Marketing from USC. With her husband, Chris Kolpin, an orthopedic surgeon, she is the proud parent of her daughter, Kathryn Maurine.